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OPINION | Gender inequities in Greek life persist at Tulane

OPINION | Gender inequities in Greek life persist at Tulane

Billie Wyler, Staff Columnist March 16, 2022

  Fraternities were first established at universities in 1776. Eventually, the first sorority was formed over 100 years later in 1882. The women in these institutions felt pressure to prove...

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OPINION | Divide in Reily weight room reinforces gendered body image ideals

Phoebe Hurwitz, Views Editor October 6, 2021

The stairs outside of Tulane University’s Reily Student Recreation Center suggest a shared experience inside the gym. The Reily stairs, spanning a large portion of the front of the building, symbolize...

FTB: Differences between men’s, women’s lacrosse are unnecessary

FTB: Differences between men’s, women’s lacrosse are unnecessary

Ezra Weber, Sports Editor September 25, 2019

Most of the commonly-played sports that people know and love are divided by gender, but few diverge as strangely as men’s and women’s lacrosse.  Men’s lacrosse, for example, allows full contact...

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